It's been terrible here, but we live in the country, where it's a lot cooler without all that pavement, and we have lots of big shade trees around the house, so it's probably 10 degrees cooler on my deck than it is in town.
But the air is still so thick you could cut it with a knife.
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I'm about 90 miles east of Philadelphia and it is hot here. I work in a deli part time and we are incredibly busy with the prepared foods.
Oh---can I feel for you---I used to volunteer in a soup kitchen and there were times that I thought that I was going to die--- I hope that all of you who live in areas that traditionally don't get a/c get some real relief soon. Having lived in Houston most of my life, air conditioning is just a way of life. What idiot thought that it was a great idea to build over this swamp is unbelievable. But here we are. Hopefully, "Chris" will skip along.